Editorials

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3-3-3 by 2030: A conservative climate crisis policy

3-3-3 by 2030 program would painlessly reduce carbon emissions

  • Jun 3, 2022

Wildsight: Logging to disrupt migratory bird nesting near Argenta

Logging is slated to begin during the start of the nesting and migratory bird season.

  • May 18, 2022
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Carbon Capture: sustainable or scam?

Restorative agricultural practices would aid atmospheric decarbonization

  • May 9, 2022
Rosslanders concerned over potential open pit mining project at Record Ridge. Photo: Jim Bailey

Letter: City of Rossland responds to residents’ concerns over mining project

Rossland council has no direct involvement or influence over the mining project moving forward

  • Apr 21, 2022
Rosslanders concerned over potential open pit mining project at Record Ridge. Photo: Jim Bailey
Cross country skiing is a great winter activity to bolster physical and mental health. Black Press file photo

FITNESS: Exercise best way to beat anxiety and depression

Six per cent of men and 13 per cent of women suffer from anxiety

  • Dec 30, 2021
Cross country skiing is a great winter activity to bolster physical and mental health. Black Press file photo
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Valuable lessons learned at a great cost

Floods another example of how we are living through catastrophic climate change

  • Nov 30, 2021
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Remembrance Day. (THE NEWS/files)

A solemn time of remembrance

Remembrance Day, on Nov. 11, is the day set aside to remember…

  • Nov 11, 2021
Remembrance Day. (THE NEWS/files)
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Remembering a time most forgettable

The war seemed to provide irrefutable proof that God did not exist

  • Nov 6, 2021
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‘The word planet came from the early Greeks meaning ‘wanderer’ or ‘wandering star,’” writes Canadian astronomer Gary Boyle. Photo: Gary Boyle

Backyard Astronomer: A Kootenay sky full of planets

A lunar eclipse will happen next month, Nov. 18/19

‘The word planet came from the early Greeks meaning ‘wanderer’ or ‘wandering star,’” writes Canadian astronomer Gary Boyle. Photo: Gary Boyle
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Robert Mcrae: Reflections on Black Lives Matter

From birth to death, we are locked into a caste

  • Oct 12, 2021
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Known as The Backyard Astronomer, Gary Boyle is an astronomy educator, guest speaker and monthly columnist for the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada. (Boyle photo)

Navigating the ‘Dog Days of Summer’

The dog days of summer begin in the first week of July and could last a couple of months

Known as The Backyard Astronomer, Gary Boyle is an astronomy educator, guest speaker and monthly columnist for the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada. (Boyle photo)
Innovations in technology may be the solution to the West Kootenay Regional Airport’s winter landing issue. (Betsy Kline/Castlegar News)

EDITORIAL: On the ongoing hostage situation at the Castlegar airport

Tackling airport reliability a David-and-Goliath challenge for city

Innovations in technology may be the solution to the West Kootenay Regional Airport’s winter landing issue. (Betsy Kline/Castlegar News)
The inaugural meeting of the People’s Party of Canada’s electoral district association for the Kootenay-Columbia. Photo: Todd Coyne

EDITORIAL: The People’s Party of Canada arrives in the Kootenays

‘The Conservative Party of Canada walked away from us,’ says organizer of Kootenay-Columbia and South Okanagan-West Kootenay riding associations

The inaugural meeting of the People’s Party of Canada’s electoral district association for the Kootenay-Columbia. Photo: Todd Coyne
Joe the cat. Photo: Facebook

DeMeer: Cats and dogs are reigning – and it’s wrong

Princeton editor Andra DeMeer tackles the issue placing pets over people

Joe the cat. Photo: Facebook
Vandals spray painted the words Make S.A. Straight Again on Salmon Arm’s rainbow crosswalk on Sunday, July 29. (Photo submitted)

EDITORIAL: Vandalism shows need for rainbow crosswalk

Hateful graffiti shows Salmon Arm’s need for a symbol of inclusion

Vandals spray painted the words Make S.A. Straight Again on Salmon Arm’s rainbow crosswalk on Sunday, July 29. (Photo submitted)
People gather for a vigil in response to a shooting at the Capital Gazette newsroom, Friday, June 29, 2018, in front of the Maryland State House in Annapolis, Md. Prosecutors say Jarrod W. Ramos opened fire Thursday in the newsroom. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

EDITORIAL: Maryland journalists killed in pursuit of truth

Five people were gunned down in the Capital Gazette newsroom

People gather for a vigil in response to a shooting at the Capital Gazette newsroom, Friday, June 29, 2018, in front of the Maryland State House in Annapolis, Md. Prosecutors say Jarrod W. Ramos opened fire Thursday in the newsroom. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)
Editorial: What’s all the fuss about pot?

Editorial: What’s all the fuss about pot?

Don’t worry, be happy about pot legalization

  • Jun 26, 2018
Editorial: What’s all the fuss about pot?
The Rio Grande Valley Centralized Processing Center in McAllen, Texas, on Sunday. (U.S. Customs and Border Protection photo)

EDITORIAL: All children created equal

There are still some who justify President Donald Trump’s treatment of migrant children

  • Jun 19, 2018
The Rio Grande Valley Centralized Processing Center in McAllen, Texas, on Sunday. (U.S. Customs and Border Protection photo)
Students and teachers from Rossland Summit School celebrate the opening of Rossland’s rainbow crosswalk last September. (Chelsea Novak/Rossland News)

EDITORIAL: Minority rules in our colourful culture

Quibbles over symbolic rainbow crossings belie critics’ genuine concerns

  • Jun 6, 2018
Students and teachers from Rossland Summit School celebrate the opening of Rossland’s rainbow crosswalk last September. (Chelsea Novak/Rossland News)
EDITORIAL: Fueling our fear with higher gas prices

EDITORIAL: Fueling our fear with higher gas prices

Higher gas prices are said to drive us to take public transit. Are we there yet?

  • May 10, 2018
EDITORIAL: Fueling our fear with higher gas prices